Basic Competence 1 (CB1):
Students should show they have acquired and understood the knowledge in a field of study underpinned by general secondary education and which is usually at a level which-while drawing on advanced text books-also includes certain aspects that imply being familiar with the cutting edge of this field of study.

Basic Competence 2 (CB2):
Students should be able to apply the knowledge acquired to their work or vocation in a professional manner, and should have the skills normally demonstrated through the ability to develop and defends points of view and to solve problems related to their field of study.

Basic Competence 3 (CB3):
Students should be able to collect and interpret relevant data (usually within their field of study) in order to make judgements that include a reflection on the relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.

Basic Competence 4 (CB4):
Students should be able to transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialised and non-specialised audiences.

Basic Competence 5 (CB5):
Students should have developed the necessary learning skills in order to continue studying with a high level of autonomy.

General Competence 1 (CX1):
To know and understand the healthy and ill human morphology, physiology, pathology and behaviour in the natural and social environment.

General Competence 2 (CX2):
To know and understand the sciences, models, techniques and tools on which physiotherapy is based, articulated and developed.

General Competence 3 (CX3):

To know and understand the physiotherapy methods, procedures and actions, geared to both therapy to apply in clinics to functions re-education or recovery, and the performance of activities directed to health maintenance and promotion.

General Competence 4 (CX4):
To acquire appropriate clinical experience that provides intellectual abilities and technical and manual skills; which facilitates the incorporation of ethical and professional values; and that develops the acquired knowledge integration capacity; so that, when studies are finished, students know how to apply them both to specific clinical cases in the hospital and outpatient setting, as well as to actions in primary and community care.

General Competence 5 (CX5):
To value the functional state of the patient, considering physical, psychological and social aspects.

General Competence 6 (CX6):
To diagnostically assess physiotherapy cares according to the regulation and with validation tools internationally recognised.

General Competence 7 (CX7):
To design the intervention plan of physiotherapy following adequacy, validity and efficiency criteria.

General Competence 8 (CX8):
To execute, manage and coordinate the physiotherapy intervention plan, using the own therapeutic tools and attending the user’s individuality.

General Competence 9 (CX9):
To evaluate the evolution of the results obtained with the treatment in relation with the targets set.

General Competence 10 (CX10):
To prepare the discharge report for physiotherapy care once the targets set have been met.

General Competence 11 (CX11):
To provide an efficient physiotherapy attention, providing a comprehensive support to patients.

General Competence 12 (CX12):
To intervene in the promotion, prevention, protection and recuperation aspects of health.

General Competence 13 (CX13):
To know how to work in professional teams as basic units which structure in an unified or multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary way professionals and other staff from care organisations.

General Competence 14 (CX14):
To incorporate the ethical and legal profession principles into professional practice as well as integrate social and community aspects into decision-making.

General Competence 15 (CX15):
To participate in the elaboration of physiotherapy care protocols based on scientific evidence, encouraging professional activities that stimulate research in physiotherapy.

General Competence 16 (CX16):
Carry out physiotherapy interventions based on comprehensive health care involving multi professional cooperation, process integration and continuity of care.

General Competence 17 (CX17):
To understand the updating knowledges, abilities, skills and aptitudes integrating physiotherapist professional competencies update importance.

General Competence 18 (CX18):
To acquire clinical management skills that include health resources efficient use and planning, management and control activities planning in care units where physiotherapy and its relation with other health services receives attention.

General Competence 19 (CX19):
To communicate effectively and clearly, both orally and in writing, with health system users as well as with other professionals.

Specific Competence 1 (CE1):
To know and understand the human anatomy and physiology, highlighting the dynamic relations between structure and function, especially on the locomotor system and the nervous and cardio-respiratory systems.

Specific Competence 2 (CE2):
To understand the human body structure from the point of view of the diagnostic imaging.

Specific Competence 3 (CE3):
To know and understand the factors influencing on the human growth and development through the whole life.

Specific Competence 4 (CE4):
To know and understand the human body structure and functioning at a molecular, cellular, organic and systematic level; of the regulation and control mechanisms of the different functions.

Specific Competence 5 (CE5):
To know and understand the functioning of the different biophysical and biochemical systems.

Specific Competence 6 (CE6):
To know and understand the physics, biomechanics, kinesiology and ergonomics principles and theories, applicable to physiotherapy.

Specific Competence 7 (CE7):
To know and understand the physical bases of the different physical agents and its applications in Physiotherapy.

Specific Competence 8 (CE8):
To know and understand the measurement procedures based in biomechanics and electro physiology principles and applications.

Specific Competence 9 (CE9):
To know and understand the ergonomics and anthropometrics principles application.

Specific Competence 10 (CE10):
To know and understand the psychological and social elements influencing the health/illness state of the person, family and community.

Specific Competence 11 (CE11):
To know and understand the communication and interpersonal skills theories.

Specific Competence 12 (CE12):
To know and understand the learning theories to use in the health education and in their own long life learning.

Specific Competence 13 (CE13):
To know and understand the factors intervening in the team work and in the leadership situations.

Specific Competence 14 (CE14):
To know and understand the physical examination, valuation, diagnose and prognosis concepts; the theoretical bases of valuations, tests and functional testing, the scientific evaluation of its use and effectiveness, as well as the stages and resources of the physiotherapy intervention process.

Specific Competence 15 (CE15):
To know and understand the general aspects of all the pathologies of endogenous and exogenous aetiology affecting apparatus and systems together with its medical, surgical, physiotherapy and orthopaedic treatments.

Specific Competence 16 (CE16):
To know and understand the structural, physiological, functional and behavioural changes that occur as a result of the Physiotherapy intervention.

Specific Competence 17 (CE17):
To know and understand the theoretical bases of Physiotherapy as a science and as a profession. The intervention models in Physiotherapy: Diagnose in Physiotherapy. Research methodology applied to Physiotherapy.

Specific Competence 18 (CE18):
To know and understand the general and derived from other physical agents physiotherapy procedures.

Specific Competence 19 (CE19):
To know and understand the physiotherapy procedures based in specific methods and techniques of physiotherapy proceedings to apply in the different pathologies of all the apparatus and systems, in all the health and in the prevention of illness. This methods include, among others; the neurological processes; the processes of the locomotor apparatus (manual therapies, joint manipulative therapies, osteopathy and chiropractic care); the respiratory system; the cardiovascular system; the static and dynamic alterations; the specific orthopaedic methods; and the therapeutic reflex methods, alternative or complementary related with the Physiotherapy competence field.

Specific Competence 20 (CE20):
To acquire specific vocabulary from the Physiotherapy field.

Specific Competence 21 (CE21):
To acquire basic scientific training in research.

Specific Competence 22 (CE22):
To know and understand the theories underpinning the problem resolution capacity and the critical thinking.

Specific Competence 23 (CE23):
To know and understand the health administrative and management processes, specially in the physiotherapy services, in a diverse and changing context in which it develops.

Specific Competence 24 (CE24):
To know and understand the implications in the organisational and work models provisions.

Specific Competence 25 (CE25):
To know and understand the criteria and indicators assuring the quality in the service of physiotherapy providing, through the use of guides to good clinical practice and of professional standards.

Specific Competence 26 (CE26):
To know and understand the fundamental health, health systems and service levels concepts. Physiotherapy in the process health-illness.

Specific Competence 27 (CE27):
To know and understand the sociosanitary policies impact in the professional practice.

Specific Competence 28 (CE28):
To know and understand the factors taking part in the social inequality problems and in the health needs of the different social groups.

Specific Competence 29 (CE29):
To know and understand the ethical, legal and professional conditions shaping the Physiotherapy practice.

Specific Competence 30 (CE30):
To know and understand the professional code of ethics.

Specific Competence 31 (CE31):
To know and understand the legal regulation in the professional field.

Specific Competence 32 (CE32):
To know and identify the physiological and physical problems derived from the gender-based violence to train students in the prevention, early detection, assistance and rehabilitation of the victims of this type of violence.

Specific Competence 33 (CE33):
To know the essential English vocabulary to understand and create texts in the field of Health Sciences.

Specific Competence 34 (CE34):
To draft and systematically complete the complete physiotherapy medical history, where all the steps followed since the patient/user admission until the discharge in Physiotherapy are registered in an accurate and efficient way.

Specific Competence 35 (CE35):
To value the functional state of the patient/user, considering physical, psychological and social aspects.

Specific Competence 36 (CE36):
To determinate the Physiotherapy diagnose according to the internationally accepted regulations and with the international validation tools. This competence includes prioritise the patient/user’s needs to give priority to those which more jeopardise the recuperation process.

Specific Competence 37 (CE37):
To design the Physiotherapy Intervention Plan. To draft an Physiotherapy Intervention Plan using problems resolution and clinical reasoning skills according to the available resources; formulating the intervention goals with the user, and, in the case, with significant people of his or her surroundings, collecting their expectations regarding attention; selecting the more accurate protocols and procedures to the planned attention, attending to the adequacy, validation and efficiency criteria.

Specific Competence 38 (CE38):
To execute, direct and coordinate the Physiotherapy Intervention Plan, taking into account the user individuality principle and using the Physiotherapy therapeutic tools, i.e. methods, procedures, actions and techniques sets that through the physical means application: cure, recover, enable, rehabilitate, adapt and rehabilitate people with disabilities, functional limitations, disabilities and handicaps; preventing diseases and promoting health of people who want to maintain an optimal health level.

Specific Competence 39 (CE39):
To evaluate the evolution of the results obtained with the Physiotherapy treatment in relation with the targets set and with the outcome criteria established. This requires: defining and establishing outcome criteria; carrying out the patient/user evolution assessment; redesigning objectives according to assessment, if necessary; and adapting the intervention or treatment plan to the new objectives, where appropriate.

Specific Competence 40 (CE40):
To draft the Physiotherapy discharge report. When the set objectives are considered met, either because the process has been fixed or because the recovery possibilities have been exhausted with the therapeutic measures available, the Physiotherapy discharge will be proposed and the relevant report will be drafted.

Specific Competence 41 (CE41):
To provide a Physiotherapy attention in an efficient way, providing a comprehensive support to patients/users, for which it will be necessary: To interpret medical prescriptions; to prepare the environment in which the Physiotherapy care will be carried out so that it is comfortable; to keep the patient informed on the treatment applied, to explain the tests and manoeuvres practised and the preparation required, and to exhort the patient to collaborate at all times; to daily record the Physiotherapy attention application, and its evolution and incidents; to identify altered biological functions signs and symptoms related to Physiotherapy care; to monitor and interpret vital signs during the daily treatment execution; to orient the non-sanitary and subaltern personnel activities and action mode in relation to the patients/users; and to evaluate the care provided to patients/users.

Specific Competence 42 (CE42):
To intervene in the health promotion and illness prevention.

Specific Competence 43 (CE43):
To effectively relate to the entire multidisciplinary team. This implies: to establish the Physiotherapy goals within the team; to collect, listen to and value the reflections of the multidisciplinary team members towards their actions; to accept and respect the criteria diversity of the other team members; to recognise the competencies, skills and knowledge of other health professionals; to participate and integrate in the team work in its scientific and professional aspects, as well as in relations with relatives, stakeholders and institutions; to make communication and respect for professionals the tools for overcoming interprofessional and competency conflicts.

Specific Competence 44 (CE44):
To incorporate the professional culture to the ethical and legal principles of the profession.

Specific Competence 45 (CE45):
To incorporate the scientific research and the practice based in evidences as professional culture.

Specific Competence 46 (CE46):
To critically analyse the care in Physiotherapy methods, protocols and treatments and to ensure that these are adapted to the scientific knowledge evolution.

Specific Competence 47 (CE47):
To develop Physiotherapy services planning, management and control activities.

Specific Competence 48 (CE48):
To apply quality assurance mechanisms in the Physiotherapy practice, in accordance with the criteria, indicators and quality standards recognised and validated for a good professional practice.

Specific Competence 49 (CE49):
To face stress, which means to be able to control oneself and to control the environment in tense situations.

Specific Competence 50 (CE50):
To assume risks and to live in uncertain environments, meaning, to be able to perform a responsibility without knowing by 100% the final result.

Specific Competence 51 (CE51):
To motivate others. This means to be able to generate in others the desire of actively participating and with illusion in any project or task.

Specific Competence 52 (CE52):
To apply the ergonomic or postural hygiene principles in the development of its activity.

Specific Competence 53 (CE53):
To have the skills for using laboratory tools and basic devices for experimental research.

Specific Competence 54 (CE54):
To interpret the results of a basic experiment in biological and physical sciences.

Specific Competence 55 (CE55):
To have the skills to perform a basic dissection.

Specific Competence 56 (CE56):
To be able to identify the different tissues that can be found in a dissection.

Specific Competence 57 (CE57):
To be able to identify structure elements and normality alterations in the different image analyse and diagnose methods.

Specific Competence 58 (CE58):
To understand and draft English texts in the field of Health Sciences.

Specific Competence 59 (CE59):
To work responsibly.

Specific Competence 60 (CE60):
To keep an attitude towards learning and improvement.

Specific Competence 61 (CE61):
To show respect, valuation and sensitivity towards other people’s work.

Specific Competence 62 (CE62):
To collaborate and cooperate with other professionals.

Specific Competence 63 (CE63):
To show respect.

Specific Competence 64 (CE64):
To show a patient/user orientation.

Specific Competence 65 (CE65):
To respect their professional competence limits.

Specific Competence 66 (CE66):
To develop the ability of organising and managing.

Transversal Competence 1 (CT1):
Oral and written communication in the co-official languages of the Autonomous Community.

Transversal Competence 2 (CT2):
Ability to analyse and synthesise.

Transversal Competence 3 (CT3):
Ability to organise and plan.

Transversal Competence 4 (CT4):
Information management skills.

Transversal Competence 5 (CT5):
Problem solving.

Transversal Competence 6 (CT6):
Decision making.

Transversal Competence 7 (CT7):
Knowledge on IT applied to the field of study.

Transversal Competence 8 (CT8):
Communication with qualified and no qualified people.

Transversal Competence 9 (CT9):
Ethical commitment.

Transversal Competence 10 (CT10):

Transversal Competence 11 (CT11):
Interpersonal relations skills.

Transversal Competence 12 (CT12):
Critical thinking.

Transversal Competence 13 (CT13):
Diversity and multiculturalism recognition.

Transversal Competence 14 (CT14):
Interdisciplinary teamwork.

Transversal Competence 15 (CT15):
Autonomous learning.

Transversal Competence 16 (CT16):
Motivation for quality.

Transversal Competence 17 (CT17):
New circumstances adaptation.

Transversal Competence 18 (CT18):

Transversal Competence 19 (CT19):
Initiative and entrepreneurship.

Transversal Competence 20 (CT20):

Transversal Competence 21 (CT21):
Knowledge on other cultures and customs.

Transversal Competence 22 (CT22):
Awareness towards environmental topics.